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"SCI-BONO - JULES VERNE COLLEGE" Robotics Collaboration
On Saturday, 18 February 2012, two professors of Lycée Jules Verne (Marc JOLLIOT and Jean-Marc ORIONE) led a robot building workshop at the SCI-BONO Discovery Centre in Johannesburg, with two educators from the SciBono centre. Michael FLETT, a fifth-year student, represented the LJV robotics club.
The workshop welcomed thirty students and educators, constituting 9 teams, from four schools and educational centers in the area, (St Mary’s, Arcelor Mittal Science Centre, the German School in Johannesburg, and Osizweni Education Centre in Secunda).
During just 6 hours of intensive work, six teams had built the robot and its control box for the forward / reverse and left / right turns. Three teams had built a robot capable of putting an egg in a raised "nest" up to 10 cm off the floor.
This workshop took place in preparation for the South African National Robotics Tournament "AFROBOT 2012".
Images of the workshop hosted by the Lycée Jules Verne at the SciBono Discovery Centre courtesy of the LJV.
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